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Exxon, Shell and other carbon producers sued for sea level rises in California
As a trio of lawsuits claim compensation for sea rises resulting from fossil fuel emissions, campaigners say carbon majors must change their business models
Guardian
 
Shell preparing for world economy that shifts away from oil
Royal Dutch Shell is planning for the day when demand for oil starts fading as major economies move away from oil and increasingly turn to electric-powered cars, Chief Executive Ben van Beurden said Thursday.
AP
 
Europe set for ‘bumper’ year of wind installations despite ‘worrying trends’
The first half of 2017 saw 6.1 gigawatts (GW) of extra wind energy capacity installed in Europe, according to figures released on Thursday by industry body WindEurope.
CNBC
 
In Jerusalem, an interfaith effort at addressing climate change
A rabbi, a priest and a kadi came together on Wednesday to discuss an issue equally affecting us all: climate change.
Jerusalem Post
 
Líderes de tres religiones monoteístas piden luchar contra el cambio climático
Tres líderes de las tres religiones monoteístas se han reunido en Jerusalén para hablar de su deber de educar a sus fieles en lo referente a cambio climático e instaron a los gobiernos de todo el mundo a que implementen políticas que obliguen a cuidar el planeta.
EFE Verde
 
¡Vuelve el boom! España invertirá 7.500 millones en energía renovable
España volverá a convertirse en el paraíso de las energías renovables. El Gobierno ha adjudicado en apenas un año y medio un total de 8.737 MW de nueva potencia verde (4.607 MW eólicos, 4.110 MW fotovoltaicos y 20 MW de biomasa) y todavía queda pendiente otra subasta de nueva capacidad para las islas.
El Economista
 
El Parlament aprueba la Ley del Cambio Climático de Cataluña, pionera en España
Se propone reducer un 40% las emisiones de gases antes de 2030 y suprimirlas para 2050.
EP
 
 
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